Large portions of noodle soup with cabbage, koombacha and various veggies. Make sure to bring yen as it is cash only.
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Traditional Japanese noodles, that'll warm you up on a cold day. The broth itself is light, and delicious. Definitely a favourite among the locals. This restaurant is just across the Kawaguchiko station. Come in early and avoid the long line. No need to upload the...More
The serving amount is fabulous. It can keep your energy for the rest of the afternoon. Taste is delicious. We had similar dish in Kyushu, and both are amazing.
Hearty bowl of hand-cut noodles (most similar to udon), with a delicious miso/vegetable broth. Horse meat sashimi is definitely worth a try, tender yet flavourful meat, best paired with their herb mixture. Slightly expensive (¥1080 for noodles) but you are getting massive portions (1.5x normal)...More
after reading how they are famous for making their own houtou noodles, we arrived at this restaurant housed in an old building. it is a large restaurant, with lots of day light and good jazz music. it was a cold day, totally deserted at 1230pm,...More
My Japanese friends took me to Hoto Fudo (the one that looks like an igloo). The hoto was so very good and I just wished my stomach was bigger so I could have finished the whole bowl! While each restaurant has the same tasty offerings,...More